Onondaga Historical Museum

Onondaga Historical Association’s location in downtown Syracuse is a comprehensive museum covering Onondaga County’s history. Visitors can also browse the Gift Gallery and conduct research at our Research Center.

Museum & Gift Gallery

Wednesday – Friday 10 AM – 4 PM
Saturday – Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM
(Closed Monday and Tuesday)

Museum Admission: $5 per person  |  Free for children 12 & under  |  Free for OHA Members

Richard and Carolyn Wright Research Center

Wednesday – Friday 10 AM – 4 PM
Saturday – 11 AM – 4 PM
(Closed Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday)

Research Center Admission: $10 per person  |  $5 for students  |  Free for OHA Members

Directions & Maps

We’re located at 321 Montgomery Street in downtown Syracuse. Our main entrance is on the left of the building’s face, and our ADA Accessible Entrance is on the right – ring the bell and we will be happy to assist you.


OHA recommends parking in the garage on the corner of Fayette Street and Montgomery Street (entrance is on Fayette Street between State and Montgomery Street) on week days. For more information on parking in downtown Syracuse, visit the parking guide below from the Downtown Committee of Syracuse